Education Archive

William Herbert, Hunter College – 50 Years of Higher Education Collective Bargaining

How do we push higher education forward? William Herbert, distinguished lecturer and executive director of the

Billi Bromer, Brenau University – What Are Post-Traditional Online Students Telling Us?

How do we connect with different age groups when using online learning? Billi Bromer, professor in

Chris Linder, University of Utah – A New Approach to Stopping Sexual Violence

Stopping sexual violence is imperative. Chris Linder, associate professor of higher education in the department of

Brad Garner, Indiana Wesleyan University – The Power of Inclusive Hospitality

Helping students manage the stressors of higher education is more important than ever. Brad Garner, associate

William C. Kirby, Harvard University – The End of American Academic Leadership

Just because you’re the best now, doesn’t mean you always will be. William C. Kirby, T.

Ted Hadzi-Antich, Austin Community College – Asking the Great Questions at Community Colleges

Students come into higher education institutions with a lot of questions about their futures Β Ted Hadzi-Antich,

David Bakhurst, Queen’s University – Why Education Matters to Philosophy

The field of philosophy is changing. David Bakhurst, Charlton professor of philosophy at Queen’s University, Ontario,

Shayla Sawyer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Improving Biosensors for Ecological Monitoring

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: Shayla Sawyer, professor of electrical, computer, and systems engineering, explores a

Brett Fajen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Vision

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: There are always obstacles in our way. Brett Fajen, associate dean

Christopher Burnett, University of Houston – College and University Accreditation Sanction and Enrollment

Sanctions on an institution can cause students to look elsewhere for higher education. Christopher Burnett, postdoctoral